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Monday, November 14, 2016
I will eventually return to producing more 5x5's.
It's just that if I don't step away from them from time to time, it becomes an endless dog-chasing-it's-tail cycle, as I can get lost in them to the point that, although productively satisfying, distances me from the desire to tell a story.
And if there's ever been a time to immerse myself into navigating the deepest inky depths of abstract sequential creativity, it's now.
I say "abstract," because if there's one thing I refuse to comply with anymore, it's making sense.
Not that I ever really did for the most part, but what little I used to feel was warranted, is no more.
I'm done with it.